I was wondering if the table names Airbyte choose in Postgres are deterministic when the table names are truncated.
We are syncing for many different users, with a prefix. We are relying on deterministic table names, even when they are truncated.
fzlty84iq0x9cv0 is the prefix we assigned.
But Airbyte is creating “2aa_dimensions” - it is not clear where “2aa” came from.
Can you please elaborate on truncation rules?
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Sorry for the wait. Not sure if you still need the answer here but is “dimensions” the name of a stream you’re loading data from?
I believe that the 2aa refers to the raw airbyte table name which is concatenated with the stream. I may be wrong though so here’s the PR that introduces our naming convention for destination table names: https://github.com/airbytehq/airbyte/pull/1737.
Let me know if this answers your question!